A former salmon guide in Alaska, Adam Ureneck learned to cast a fly on Maine’s small streams and rivers. He has led fishing expeditions from Colorado to the Patagonia, currently residing in Boston where he spends most of his spare time looking for striped bass in New England waters. Contact him at [email protected]
Finding early season stripers on the fly can seem like an insider sport and daunting for the occasional angler in New England. With the amount of water available for action, it can be a game of hit or miss, even though spring fishing can be the most productive. The only people who seem to have consistent success are those who dedicate hours on the water...